and Live Webinar
Queer(Y)ing Initial Teacher Education is a free online resource for ITE providers and schools to support LGBTIQ+ young people through the development of inclusive school culture and the promotion of inclusive practices. The resource includes a webinar with national and international experts which was recorded in December 2020, as well as commentary and contributions from academics, teachers and advocacy groups.
Our webinar features international experts within the field of LGBTI+ scholarship in education.
Dr Declan Fahie
Director of School Placement and Director of Research, School of Education, UCD
Declan Fahie is Lecturer in Education and Director of School Placement on the Professional Masters in Education. He has published nationally and internationally on workplace bullying in schools, qualitative research methodologies, teacher effectiveness and queer issues in education.
Professor Jonathan Glazzard
Head of Department of Children, Education and Communities. Professor of Teacher Education, Edge Hill University
Professor Jonathan Glazzard is Professor of Inclusive Education in the Carnegie School of Education. In 2015 he was awarded National Teaching Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and is a Principal Fellow of the HEA. He is Director of the Centre for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education and he is Principal Researcher in the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools.
Dr Ruari-Santiago McBride
Traveller Advocacy Worker at North Tipperary Development Company. Marie Curie and Irish Research Council Fellow at University of Limerick
Dr Ruari-Santiago is a Traveller Advocacy Worker in North Tipperary, Ireland for the North Tipperary Development Company. With over, ten years of experience working in the field of social justice research. He is a member of the Irish Sexualities and Genders Research Network
Dr Aoife Neary
Lecturer in Sociology of Education, School of Education, University of Limerick
Aoife Neary is a Lecturer in Sociology of Education at the School of Education, University of Limerick.
For almost a decade Aoife has been doing research in the area of gender and sexuality in education, all funded by several awards from the Irish Research Council.
Funded by the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth Affairs, this project aims to develop and promote LGBTI+ inclusive practices for children and young people in schools through initial teacher education and school leadership development.
Topics to help educators better understand and communicate LGBTI+ issues with their students.
- Support & Love
- Celebrate Diversity
- School, Home & Community
- Encourage Pride
- Inclusive Leadership
- Support Communities